Month: September 2021

Catch up with our Sister’s stories from around the world;                      
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Venerable Nano Nagle wrote many letters in her time, the earliest one on record being written in the year 1769. Sr Assumpta O’Neill gives her explanation of this first letter written by Nano to Eleanor Fitzsimons: On 17 July 1769, Nano sat down to write a letter. The letter is addressed to a Dublin woman […]
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Embracing Life Embracing life as it unfolds, makes sense to me today. Earlier, the word surrender, letting go etc. remained in my head. I had left Dominica, where I have been in ministry with Mary Therese and Lynette, in March 2020 for my home leave, combined with the first death anniversary of my dear mother, […]
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Ministry Reflection – Xavier House Xavier House, previously Xavier Convent, the home of our Sisters who lived and worked in the Corner Brook area, opened its doors to a new ministry in 1985. It is now a supportive home for women and men suffering from complex mental health issues. As the Leadership Report of 2020 […]
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3 July 2021 was a memorable day in the history of Sehore Community as five of our young, vibrant Sisters made their Perpetual Profession on this day at Sehore Chapel, amidst the onslaught of a Covid-19 second wave looming large in the country. Availing of the professional expertise of the CMI Fathers made it possible […]
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5 September – International Day of Charity Charity, like the notions of volunteerism and philanthropy, provides real social bonding and contributes to the creation of inclusive and more resilient societies. Charity can alleviate the worst effects of humanitarian crises, supplement public services in health care, education, housing and child protection. It assists the advancement of […]
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